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The Squire's Tale
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The Squire's Tale


Life for the young orphan Terence has been peaceful, living with Trevisant, the old Hermit in a quiet, isolated wood.

That is, until the day a strange green sprite leads him to Gawain, King Arthur's nephew, who is on his way to Camelot hoping to be knighted. Trevisant can see the future and knows that Terence must leave to serve as Gawain's squire. From that moment on, Terence's life is filled with heart-stopping adventure as he helps damsels-in-distress, fights battles with devious men, and protects King Arthur from his many enemies.

Along the way, Terence is amazed at his skills and new-found magical abilities. Were these a gift from his unknown parents? As Gawain continues his quest for knighthood, Terence searches for answers to the riddles in his own past.

Title:The Squire's Tale
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages:212 pages
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    The Squire's Tale Reviews

  • Scribbler King
    May 21, 2010

    This book is absolutely HILARIOUS!!!I was first introduced to this book through my brother, who was reading aloud to my mother. I stopped when I heard something about 'Sir Hatubris' (I don't think I s...

  • Nikki
    Mar 22, 2010

    The Squire's Tale is quite a light treatment of the Arthurian legend, suitable for young readers and an enjoyable -- but very quick -- read for adults too. I've had it on my list for a long time, but ...

  • Sherrie Lynn
    May 27, 2008

    I love this book. I don't know much about what is true and what isn't as far as Arthurian legends go (honestly... who does?), but I really love this story. It is based in medieval times when King Arth...

  • Ghost Ryter
    Jan 31, 2015

    Clever, light-hearted, and some times down right hilarious, The Squire's Tale is an excellent story of the days of King Arthur. Whatever your age, you should read this!...

  • Amy
    May 12, 2011

    Despite the fact that my library has had this book since as long as I can remember and doubly despite the fact that you'd think in at least one of my rambles through the teen section I'd have picked i...

  • Connor
    Dec 11, 2015

    This was fun, quick book, but I think I had too high of expectations before going into it. I did like the direction of the story, and I think it sets up some interesting things that could happen. But ...

  • Wealhtheow
    Oct 14, 2009

    bratfarrar says, "whimsy and maturity and general decency are why I really like Diana Wynne Jones and Garth Nix and Gerald Morris. That is, each writes characters that I care about and worlds that I w...

  • Ariana
    Jan 15, 2012

    I have a special place in my heart for books in which the protagonist has a strong, good character. Despite the choice of being mildly selfish, or denying one's own wishes, these characters choose to ...

  • Emma
    Jun 22, 2011

    I LOVED THIS BOOK. Amazing. The whole series, actually...

  • Richard
    Jan 22, 2017

    This was fast-paced, humorous and enjoyable. In an attempt to rehabilitate Sir Gawain, it retells some of the stories about him from the point of view of a minor character, his squire Terence (a chara...